Supplement to Burn's Justice of the Peace and Parish Officer: From January, 1848 to January, 1849 (Google eBook)

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Law Times Office, 1849 - Justices of the peace - 187 pages
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Page 12 - Having heard the evidence, do you wish to say anything in answer to the charge ? You are not obliged to say anything unless you desire to do so, but whatever you say will be taken down in writing, and may be given in evidence against you upon your trial.
Page 158 - Us by an Act passed in the fifth year of the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled "An Act for the Amendment and better Administration of the Laws relating to the Poor in England and Wales...
Page 38 - And be it enacted, that in all cases where no time is already or shall hereafter be specially limited for making any such complaint or laying any such information in the act or acts of parliament relating to each particular case, such complaint shall be made and such information shall be laid within six calendar months from the time when the matter of such complaint or information respectively arose.
Page 60 - AB, and if within the space of days after the making of such distress the said last-mentioned sums, together with the reasonable charges of taking and keeping the said distress, shall not be paid, that then you do sell the said goods...
Page 36 - Property to belong to the Person so named, and another or others, as the Case may be...
Page 57 - These are therefore to command you in her majesty's name forthwith to make distress of the goods and chattels of the said AB, and...
Page 84 - King George the Fourth, intituled An Act for consolidating and amending the Laws in England relative to Larceny and other Offences connected therewith...
Page 103 - Ireland, to be taken out by every person who shall use any dog, gun, net or other engine for the purpose of taking or killing any game whatever, or any woodcock, snipe, quail or landrail, or any conies, or any deer, or shall take or kill by any means whatever, or shall assist in any manner in the taking or killing by any means whatever, of any game...
Page 12 - ... he has nothing to hope from any promise of favour, and nothing to fear from any threat, which may have been holden out to him to induce him to make any admission or confession of his guilt, but that whatever he shall then say may be given in evidence against him on his trial, notwithstanding such promise or threat...
Page 58 - Keeper ; and for your so doing this shall be your sufficient Warrant. Given under my Hand and Seal, this Day of in the Year of our Lord at in the [County'] aforesaid.

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